Re: NANFA-- Freshwater inverts
Thu, 16 Dec 1999 21:06:03 EST

In a message dated 12/16/99 6:20:36 PM Eastern Standard Time, writes:

<< The plan is to slowly
introduce various inverts as I am able to find or bye them. I definitely
some freshwater feather duster worms and sponges. I plan to depend heavily
freshwater crustaceans but I may add some water insects too. A picture of
this set up is available at it's start at <A
HREF="">Michael Hissom's cypress tanks<
/A> , picture number four. If anyone is interested in the tanks current
appearance let me know and I can send you a picture. >>

I never knew that there was such a thing as freshwater feather duster worms.
that's amazing ! Are they North American ? I am definitely interested in a
picture of the tank's current condition. That freshwater invertebrate tank
is a cool idea and one I was considering before you mentioned it because
I've read about saltwater enthusiasts using this idea and have never heard of
anyone else doing it. Good to see someone trying it out. I'd like to know
about how it turns out in the future.

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